Scarlett Johansson is the Ghost In The Shell

Ghost In The Shell is available in United Kingdom cinemas and IMAX now.

Johansson's character Major, who was following up on a lead, ended up being handcuffed to a pole in a small room with Tony and in the ensuing fight punched him in the face, sending him flying.

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"It took a couple of weeks to get the look of the character right, and the actual shooting took about a week", Teo recalled. According to the review aggregator's consensus, the movie "boasts cool visuals and a compelling central performance from Scarlett Johansson, even if the end result lacks the magic of the movie's classic source material".

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Sounds like she's really passionate. A slew of appearances as Black Widow, a Luc Besson adventure in "Lucy", and now the eagerly anticipated "Ghost in the Shell" (out this Friday) might make you forget the 32 year old started out an indie darling with films like "Ghost World" and "Lost in Translation".

While in the future she may run for office, the actress says that she doesn't have the time right now.

Based on the internationally-acclaimed Japanese Manga of the same name, Ghost In The Shell also stars "Beat" Takeshi Kitani, Michael Carmen Pitt, Pilou Asbaek, Chin Han and Juliette Binoche. She's a movie star whose magnetic screen presence as an action heroine has always been enhanced by her inscrutability and she imbues the Major/Mira with a sort of opaque, confused tenderness that works well as Mira's memory glitches cause her to start questioning her fidelity to the corporate culture that's created her.

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